Cameramen careen around the Bikaner train station, and a little monkey runs around. No, really. A monkey. Drew and Kev go to check out the trains, and here is one of those comedy moments you couldn't set up if you tried for a year. They cast around for somebody who speaks English, because the person behind the ticket counter doesn't. When he finds one, Drew says, "Can you please ask him what time does the train for Delhi leave?" The fellow obligingly comes over to the ticket window and says, in reasonably understandable English, "What time does the train leave?" Now THAT is funny as hell. I laughed out loud, and so do the Frats. Hee! I love this show.
Esquire, de-cabbing. Brennan slings his pack over his shoulder. Minnesota: Home of Walter Mondale.
Frank, haggling over cab fare. "You're crazy one thousand rupees? Two hundred. Two hundred. You're buggin'. You're buggin'. No way! I'm not retarded two hundred. That's good for you, man, that's only fifteen minutes! That's a lot of money in India, don't play me!" Aaaaaand it's time to get Frank out of India. Oy.
Esquire, buying train tickets. Tokyo Stompers. Minnesota's population? Four million, nine hundred nineteen thousand, four hundred seventy-nine, including me. When I'm out of town? Four million, nine hundred nineteen thousand, four hundred seventy-eight.
Frats, asking some folks which is faster, the train or the bus. They get word that the bus is probably faster. "I think we gotta saddle up," Kevin says. "Bus?" Drew asks. "I think so," Kevin confirms. Meanwhile, Danza runs into Esquire (these teams encounter each other a LOT, in case you haven't noticed) and also buys train tickets. Esquire boards the train, and I have to say, I prefer the cargo-pants thing they have going this week to the shorts in which they've been traipsing around India. Not so much a calf girl. Once they're aboard, Rob looks right at the camera to offer the non-beauty shot of him with the bandanna over his face, just brushing against the bottom of the Muppet sunglasses.